Bio: Lynn Cesar, a native of New York City, has a background in fine art, including holography and illustration. It was while she was illustrating the Popul Vuh that she became interested in Mayan mythology, and this resulted in Apricot Brandy, her first novel. She lives in Northern California with her husband and two children. Lynn's Web site is:
Returning to the family homestead after her father's suicide, Karen Fox finds herself haunted by the past and bound by rage and guilt to a place she despises. Overwhelmed by malevolent powers that have seeded the earth with evil, Karen turns to ex-con Kyle and Quetzal, an ancient Guatemalan bruja.